To build future economies that are inclusive, we must ensure that everyone has equal opportunity through strategies of inclusive growth, job creation, increasing agricultural production; investments in science, technology, research and innovation; gender equality, youth empowerment and the provision of basic services including health, nutrition and education
Renewable energy, for easier access to water, food safety/food security, and sanitation
Renewable Energy sources will be the world’s main source of power within two decades and are establishing a foothold in the global energy system faster than any fuel in history ; but green energy is starting to change, with both small and utility-scale projects popping up across the world.
Moving to micro-grids : another challenge currently facing renewables developers could turn out to be a blessing in disguise.
The introduction of renewables globally causes concerns around grid stability; however, this can be more dramatic in African countries, which already struggle due to insufficient grid scale and capacity.
Often you’re connecting into a structure that is unreliable, that has limitations and may not be able to cope with the increased challenge of balancing the network that comes from solar, wind or hydro generation,”
Africa may actually be the places where those micro-grid solutions really get developed in numbers and get tested.
Our vision for the future with renewable energy in Africa and all over the World, is: